I cannot remember a time when I didn’t know and love the Lord Jesus Christ as my personal savior. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas and with the exception of service in the United States Navy and a few years out of town for college and work have lived here all of my life. I graduated from the University of Houston in 1959 after serving in the United States Navy.

I have several hobbies including audio and video focused on our home theater; I read on a variety of subjects, study the Bible extensively and also enjoy science fiction and some fantasy. I am also the tech guy for our home computer network and try my best to keep everything working at the same time.

My wife and I have been married for 70 years and are both enjoying my so-called retirement. We have three children, five grandchildren, two grandsons-in-law, a granddaughter-in-law, three great-granddaughters and two great-grandsons.

As a young man I attended Dallas Theological Seminary and had hoped to find a place in ministry but serious financial reverses ended my studies at seminary. It pleased the Lord to place me instead in the home building business where I worked for 36 years. In His grace our Lord permitted me to teach the Bible to many different classes for over 43 years and then, after a break of over 45 years, permitted me to return to Dallas Theological Seminary and graduate in May of 2009. I feel so richly blessed by His hand of grace!

Since 2012 I have worked as a volunteer missionary for Global Media Outreach and have the opportunity to help people all over the world with their questions and concerns about Christianity and the Christian life. I have published essays on “Life from a Christian Perspective” online since 2011.

My delight is in the Lord and those things that are His; I look forward very earnestly to the Lord’s return and rejoice in its certainty.

I have been retired from the home-building business since 2004 and have lived with my beloved wife in our home in Kingwood, Texas since 1975.


  1. the lame shall leap: this is the most definitive answer to angst/ambition for any ‘rewards’ and the clearest view through the ”smoky glass” of the morning
    of awakening in resurrection.- in the mean time “he who seeks me with his whole heart shall find me” [think not too highly of yourself – Paul, [saul of tarsus,self named ‘slave of Christ’ [Richard].

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  2. Dear david,
    I am greatiful to meet you.
    I am also Bishop kennedy omenyo mose in facebook.

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  3. hello brother David?i am also Bishop kennedy omenyo mose in Facebook.blessings to you.

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    • Yes Kennedy, this is your brother David and welcome to my Blog; I had hoped you would find it. Although I am not on Facebook my wife is and I’ll use her Facebook connection to visit your Facebook page.


      • thank you brother David for today’s post it is real of blessing to me.

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  4. thank you brother.now i9 am able to see you

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  5. Great to know you sir, greetings in Jesus precious name.I pray you will one day visit my country Nigeria, lagos to be precise to teach God’s word in our churches.
    It will be a great blessing to our churches in the village of badagry and to me and my family.
    God answers prayers, trusting completely in him.
    Pastor Godwin Unaeze.
    Fire in the word revival ministries Int.
    Pota, Badagry, Lagos.nigeria.

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    • Thank you dear brother in Christ, at 85 years of age even a short trip downtown is a big undertaking for me; a trip to Nigeria will have to wait for my resurrection body I think. Although I cannot come in person I can send my written thoughts to you and will be happy to offer any spiritual advice I can in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
      In Christ’s love,


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